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    2015 Rangers Development Camp



    Lettieri's second year in a row at the camp.

    None of the invites are particularly interesting save for Ahti Oksansen and Lukas Bengttson.
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    No Saarela?

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    He and Zborovskiy aren't on the list.

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    Melanson from RPI is from Paramus.

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    Interesting. Nice to see Calle Anderson on the list. He was signed to an ELC and I'd like to get a look at him in NA if he would be willing to come over. Same with Zamorsky.

    Could be make or break for Fogarty, plus we get to see how Nieves has progressed. I love prospect camp.

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    Jerrett Smith may be worth a contract as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cash or Czech? View Post
    Interesting. Nice to see Calle Anderson on the list. He was signed to an ELC and I'd like to get a look at him in NA if he would be willing to come over. Same with Zamorsky.

    Could be make or break for Fogarty, plus we get to see how Nieves has progressed. I love prospect camp.
    Zamorsky I think is definitely coming over. Not sure what the case is with Andersson, but I've effectively forgotten about his existence since he went to the Swiss league.

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    Can't hurt to see him. Good size and a right handed shot, only 21 years old.

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    Doesn't hurt. I just don't know if he took the right developmental route this past season.

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    Arvin Atwal is an awesome name

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    Rangers prospects undergo physicals, etc. on first day of development camp in Westchester...
    Here's the 36 invitees to the #NYR development camp, http://bit.ly/1eeEQJD . Media access begins Wednesday
    The summer is painful when you have to wait so long for hockey

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    Only four guys on the list under 6'0 tall. Two kids, Donnay and Hilbrich, coming in at 6'7"!

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    19 year old goalie Brandon Rathwell who plays for the NY Bobcats of the EHL has also been added on invite. No idea what league or team that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoMinutesForNothing View Post
    19 year old goalie Brandon Rathwell who plays for the NY Bobcats of the EHL has also been added on invite. No idea what league or team that is.
    Tier 3 junior USA league

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    I didn't realize we had a thread for this. Awesome.

    I think the press is allowed in tomorrow, so we can start getting some reports. I just added @HFNYRangers to my twitter. That account belongs to Leslie Treff. She'll be tweeting reports from Prospect Camp once the press is allowed in.

    Eager to hear who impresses. Rooting for Bengtsson to put up a good showing and possibly get a contract. Might be a stretch. He's a small size for a Defenseman, but one can hope.

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    Interested to see how Tambellini and Fogarty do. I think they are the two most underrated prospects we have.

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    Arvin Atwal is a really tough kid. Righty Dman with 24 fights in his WHL career. This is an old article, but there's not much out there on these guys...

    http://blogs.theprovince.com/2013/03...couver-giants/

    When it comes to comparing Arvin Atwal to Vancouver Canucks, you see some Kevin Bieksa and, when they mood apparently suits him, a little of mascot Fin.

    Atwal, 17, has been one of those silver linings in this gloomy Vancouver Giants’ campaign. A 6-foot, 195-pound right-handed defenceman, Atwal has the vision and booming shot to quarterback to the power play for stints, and he also has the size and edgy demeanour to be a physical force in pursuit of the puck.

    To boot, he’s a guy who stands up for his teammates. He has seven fighting majors in a mere 27 games, and the majority have revolved around coming to the aid of a fellow Vancouver player.

    One might argue that he’s had more daring “team first,” moments. Specifically, last April, he filled in as Jack The Giant, pulling on the stuffed costume for a few hours at the Surrey Vaisakhi Parade.

    He even busted out some of his moves from his time Bhangra dancing. He had done that for seven years before stopping to focus on hockey.

    “I was like, ‘Hey, I’m a great dancer and I love kids. I could do this,'” the North Delta native recalled on Tuesday. “I did three hours, but I could have done it all day long.

    “If I got asked again, I’d probably do it.”

    Giants fans will undoubtedly want him to attend such events as himself. Atwal has been playing top-four minutes with Vancouver in the past few weeks, after being promoted from the Junior B North Delta Devils in late December.

    In the last 11 games, he has two goals and eight points, to go with a plus-four rating, helping last-place Vancouver to a 5-4-0-2 run in that time. In his abbreviated season, he has three goals, 11 points and an even rating, an especially telling stat for a Vancouver team that has given up 97 more goals than it has scored on its way to a 19-46-2-0 record.

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    I knew I liked his name for a reason!

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    Don't know if they will play there, but Kovacs was just drafted by North Bay and Bernhardt by London of the OHL.

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    Both would benefit from just staying in Sweden. While adjusting to North American ice would be beneficial, playing against men is a better choice.

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